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- Group development (I): A review and synthesis of development models
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TPC Journal-Vol 10- Issue 1
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Brabender and April E. Brabender , April E. Fallon Published Psychology. The history of thinking on group development is a complicated and fragmented one because both research and theory construction occurred in two distinctly different intellectual traditions: academic and clinical.
These traditions were at times independent and at other times mutually influential. One originated in the group dynamics academic arena and often entailed the study of work groups occurring in both natural and laboratory settings. View via Publisher. Save to Library.
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Group development (I): A review and synthesis of development models
The development of teams is an ongoing process because the composition of the team may keep on changing. The new members may join and the old members may leave the team. The team members pass through several stages for the development of the team and there has been a lot of research to identify these stages. In this article, we discuss the common theories of team development.
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In learning organizations, whether we are referring to educational institutions or to organizations from the labour market that work with information, generate and organize knowledge in different areas, teamwork has in fact become team learning. The present paper aims to analyze some classic explanatory models of the stages and non-stages type of team development, this analysis being carried out in the specific context of the learning organizations. The methodological approach belongs to the area of content analysis and synthesis, consisting in identifying and interpreting elements of theoretical models of team development that could become problematic in the context of team learning. Bennis, H. Bass, E. Bushe, G. Wheelan, Creating effective teams.
This study of the complete life-spans of eight naturally-ocurring teams began with the unexpected finding that several project groups, studied for another purpose, did not accomplish their work by progressing gradually through a universal series of stages, as traditional group development models would predict. The findings also suggested that groups' progress was triggered more by members' awareness of time and deadlines than by completion of an absolute amount of work in a specific developmental stage. The paper proposes a new model of group development that encompasses the timing and mechanisms of change as well as groups' dynamic relations with their contexts.
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